When you visit Yasuragi, you can enjoy food to satisfy all your senses. There are two restaurants here at the hotel and our Totoro Sake Bar boasts the longest sake menu in Sweden.
Our Tokyo Restaurant serves food inspired by modern Japanese cuisine. Our chefs combine distinct flavours and Japanese cooking techniques, executed with motional expression. We are committed to sustainability and have chosen not to serve red meat on Mondays, instead offering fish and vegetarian dishes.
In Japanese cooking, presentation is just as important as taste. In our Teppanyaki Restaurant, each table has its very own chef who skillfully prepares the food on a sizzling grill in the middle of the table. The local and Japanese ingredients create a unique dining experience. We serve a set menu every day, taking inspiration from Japan and our surroundings.
TOTORO SAKE BAR
Just next to the Teppanyaki Restaurant, you'll find the Totoro Sake Bar, offering Sweden's best and largest sake menu. Have a feel of the bottles, inspect the labels and delve into a world of wonderful rice wines. Our specially trained sake bartenders will guide you through our excellent selection of this Japanese national drink. In true Izakaya-spirit, we also serve Japanese snacks with the sake.
CHIKARA – RAW FOOD
When preparing raw food, the ingredients must not be heated to more than 42 degrees. This retains the natural enzymes to help break down the food we eat. The result is that we age more slowly and our bodies retain the power and energy we need in our daily lives. At Yasuragi, you'll be able to get lots of new power, or chikara as they say in Japan (hence the name)! You'll find a selection of our raw food at Kyarabi, our spa lounge. Nagaiki!
Yasuragi actively supports sustainability. As part of this, every Monday is now a meat-free Monday here at Yasuragi. Instead, we serve fish and vegetarian options at breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Dress code and reservations
Please feel free to wear your yukata (Japanese cotton robe) in any of our restaurants - it's all part of the tradition when visiting a ryokan (traditional Japanese inn). Of course, you're more than welcome to book a table at one of our restaurants, even if you're not a conference, spa or hotel guest.